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Peter Gunn - Lets Kill Timothy


Published 1959


Season One Episode 17 (19 January 1959)

After a Jewel robbery, a very nervous man hires Gunn to protect someone named Timothy from being murders. Gunn finds out the Timothy is a seal.

Based on the Richard Diamond radio play "Timothy The Seal"

This video is public domain because it was registered as a published film PETER GUNN. Spartan Productions. Approx. 29 min. each, sd., b&w. 16mm. Spartan Productions. Let's Kill Timothy. 19Jan59 (in notice: 1958); LP13981 and never renewed.


Run time 25 minutes 36 seconds
Producer Blake Edwards
Production Company Spartan Productions
Audio/Visual sound, B/W
Language English
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Reviewer: richgoup - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - November 15, 2011
Subject: Let`s Kill Timothy (Peter Gunn).
Season 1, eousode 17.
Original air date: 19 January 1959.
Cast: Craig Stevens (Peter Gunn), Lola Albright (Edie Hart), Hope Emerson (Mother), Herschell Bernardi (Lieutenant Jacoby), Mel Leonard (Casper Wellington), Henry Corden (Vladimir), Arthur Hanson (George), Frank Richards (Tiny), Peter Broccho (Drunk), David McMahon (Desk Sergeant), John Perri (Veterinarian), Abbey Shelton (Secretary), Rupert Rizzonelli (Police Officer), Bill Chadney (Emmett: uncredited), Byron Kane (Barney- Bartender: uncredited).
Based on the `Richard Diamond` radio program from February, 5, 1950, entitled `Timothy The Seal`.
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Reviewer: 1StepBeyond - favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - May 3, 2010
Subject: I miss the 30 minute private eye shows
Audiences today may not realize the immense talents of director Blake Edwards and musician Henry Mancini putting together what was in its day the most imaginative and musically entertaining 30 minutes of private eye, cops, and perps. And there were the talents of singer/actress Lola Albright and character actress Hope Emerson as Mother. Of course the current mania for sex, violence, and general vulgarity were not the norm in the 1950s and 1960s. We were better off without jaded directors and mindless automatons in the audience
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